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Mr. Suvendu Roy

Mr. Suvendu Roy is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography.

Date of Joining: 14th June, 2017.

Contact Details

  • Email: suvenduroy7@gmail.com 
  • Mob: +91 9564 034547

Qualifications

  • M.A.,
  • Ph. D. (Submitted)

Teaching areas

  • Geomorphology (Theory & Practical); Hydrology; Remote Sensing & GIS.

Research Interest

  • Fluvial Geomorphology, Anthropogeomorphology, Application of RS & GIS on Landscape Study.

List of Publications

  • S. Roy and A. S. Sahu, Road-stream crossing an in-stream intervention to alter channel morphology of headwater streams: case study, The International Journal of River Basin Management. Taylor & Francis Publication (2017:In Press).
  • S. Roy and A. S. Sahu, Potential Interaction between Transport and Stream Networks over the Lowland Rivers in Eastern India. Journal of Environmental Management, 197: 316-330 (2017), Elsevier Publication. DOI: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2017.04.012 Impact Factor: 4.010 (Thomson Reuters or TR) [SCI +SCOPUS – indexed]
  • S. Roy and B. Mistri, Flood in the Confluence Zone of Ajay and Kunur Rivers: A Hydrogeomorphological Assessment. Journal of Indian Geomorphology, 4: 73-83 (2016).
  • S. Roy and A. S. Sahu, Effect of land cover on channel form adjustment of headwater streams in a lateritic belt of West Bengal (India), International Soil and Water Conservation Research, 4(4): 267-277 (2016), Elsevier Publication; DOI: 10.1016/j.iswcr.2016.09.002; [SCI +SCOPUS – indexed]
  • S. Roy and A. S. Sahu, Morphotectonic Map Generation using Geo-Informatics Technology: Case Study over the Ajay-Damodar Interfluve, West Bengal, INDIA. Arabian Journal of Geoscience, 9(183): 1 – 18 (2016), Springer Group of Publication, Impact Factor: 0.955 (TR) [SCI +SCOPUS – indexed]
  • S. Roy and A. S. Sahu, Effectiveness of Basin Morphometry, Remote Sensing, and Applied Geosciences on Groundwater Recharge Potentiality Mapping: A Comparative Study within a Small Watershed. Frontiers of Earth Science, 10(2): 274 – 291(2015), Springer Group of Publication, Impact Factor: 1.051 (TR) [SCI +SCOPUS – indexed]
  • S. Roy and A. S. Sahu ,Palaeo-path Investigation of the Lower Ajay River (India) using Archaeological Evidence and Applied Remote Sensing. Geocarto International, Taylor & Francis Group of Publication, 31(9): 966 – 984 (2015), Impact Factor: 1.646 (TR) DOI: 10.1080/10106049.2015.1094526, [SCI +SCOPUS – indexed]
  • S. Roy and A. S. Sahu, Quaternary Tectonic Control on Channel Morphology over Sedimentary Low Land: A Case Study in the Ajay-Damodar Interfluve of Eastern India. Geoscience Frontiers, 6(6): 927 – 946 (2015), Elsevier Publication. DOI:10.1016/j.gsf.2015.04.001, Impact Factor: 4.256 (TR) [SCI +SCOPUS – indexed]
  • S. Roy and A. S. Sahu, Investigation for Potential Groundwater Recharge Area over the Kunur River Basin, Eastern India: An integrated approach with geosciences. Journal of Geomatics, Indian Society of Geomatics, 9(2): 165 – 177 (2015). ISSN: 0976-1330
  • S. Roy: The Effect Of Road Crossing On River Morphology And Riverine Aquatic Life: A Case Study In Kunur River Basin, West Bengal, Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies and Management, 6: 435-445 (2013). http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/ejesm.v6i6.14S, ISSN: 1998- 0507
  • S. Roy and B. Mistri, Estimation of Peak Flood Discharge for an Ungauged River: A Case Study of the Kunur River, West Bengal, Hindawi Publishing Corporation: Geography Journal, Volume 2013, Article ID 214140, 11 pages (2013), DOI: 10.1155/2013/214140
  • S. Roy and A. S. Sahu, Effects of Urbanization on Channel Morphology: A Case Study of Banka River in Burdwan Town, West Bengal. Thematic Journal of Geography: A Pree-Reviewed International Research Journal, 2(4): 31-36 (2013). (ISSN: 2277-2995). 
  • S. Roy, Generating Iso-Erosion Rate Zones for the Kunur River Basin Using Combine Methods of Soil Erosion Estimate. International Journal of Geology, Earth & Environmental Sciences, 3(2):77-89 (2013); ISSN: 2277-2081 (Online)
  • S. Roy, Combined Techniques in Fluvial Geomorphology: An Application of Sampling and GIS for Quantitative Analysis of the Kunur River Basin, Middle Barddhaman, West Bengal. International Journal of Remote Sensing and GIS, 2(2): 61-73 (2013). (ISSN: 2277–9051)
  • S. Roy and B. Mistri, Channel Geometry and Flood Condition in the Confluence Zone of Kunur and Ajay Rivers, West Bengal. Practising Geographer: Journal of the Foundation of Practising Geographers, 17(1): 7-19 (2013); ISSN: 0975-3850
  • S. Roy, Spatial Variation of Floods in the Lower Ajay River Basin, West Bengal: A Geo-Hydrological Analysis. International Journal of Remote Sensing and GIS, 1(2): 132-143 (2012); ISSN: 2277–9051
  • S. Roy, Embankment Plays Dual Role as Flood Measure and Increasing the Risk of Flood Hazard and Frequency in the Lower Ajay River Basin. Indian Journal of Geomorphology, 17(1): 51-63 (2012). (ISSN: 0973-2411)

Seminars / Conferences Attended

  • Certificate course on two weeks (20-04-2015 to 01-05-2015) training programme on the “EMERGING TRENDS IN REMOTE SENSING” in National Remote Sensing Centre (NRSC), Hyderabad.
  • Workshop on “ROCKES AND MINERAL IDENTIFICATION, GEOLOGICAL MAP INTERPRETATION AND SOIL TESTING AND MAPPING” organized by Department of Geography, Sitalkuchi College in collaboration with Geological Survey of India (GSI), Kolkata from 15.12.2014 to 21.12.2014.
  • Oral presentation for the topic of “Effect of Road Crossing on River Morphology and its Aquatic Life” during “1st International Conference of Association of Punjab Geographers on Disasters, Natural Resource Management and Socio-economic Development”, Date: 4th-5th October, 2013, Department of Geography, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, Haryana, India.
  • Oral presentation for the topic of “An Investigation of Alluvial Channel Evolution using Remote Sensing and GIS: A Case Study in the Ajay-Kunur Rivers Interfluve” during “35th Indian Geographers’ Meet of Institute of Indian Geographers and International Conference on the topic of Environment, Development and Equality”, Date: 11th – 13th November, 2013, Department of Geography, The University of Burdwan, Burdwan, West Bengal, India.
  • Oral presentation for the topic of “Prediction of Peak Discharge and Hydrograph for Kunur River, an Ungauged Basin using Indirect Hydrological Models” during 35th Indian Geography Congress, National Association of Geographers India (NAGI)”. Date: 12th – 14th December, 2013, Department of Geography, Chennai University, Chennai, India.
  • Oral presentation for the topic of “Effects of Urbanization on Channel Morphology: A Case Study of Banka River in Burdwan Town, West Bengal” during “International Conference of Regional Science Association, Kolkata, India”. Date: 20th – 21st December, 2013, Department of Geography, Karnatak University’s Karnatak Science College, Dharwad, Karnataka, India.
  • Oral presentation on the topic of “Burdwan Municipality and Banka River: A fluvio-geomorphic approach”, during UGC Sponsored National Seminar on “Dimensions of Urbanization, Environmental Change and Sustainable Development in Developing Countries” organized by Department of Geography, Dr. Bhupendra Nath Dutta Smriti Mahavidyalaya, Hatgobindapur, Burdwan, on 17th – 18th February, 2014.
  • Oral presentation on the topic of “Application of Applied Geomorphology and Remote Sensing in Ground Water Potential Zones Detection: A Case Study” on the “National Seminar on Remote Sensing and Environment”, organized by School of Oceanographic Studies, Jadavpur University, and Council and Department of Science and Technology, Govt. of West Bengal, on 20-22 March, 2014.
  • Oral presentation on the topic of “Morphotectonic Map Generation using Geo-Informatics Technology: A Case Study over the Ajay Damodar Interfluve, West Bengal, INDIA” on the “National Seminar on Images in Geography”, organized by Foundation of Practicing Geographer, West Bengal, India, on 6th & 7th February, 2015.
  • Oral presentation on the topic of “Road-Stream Crossing: An Emerging Threat for Our Rivers” on the “National Seminar on “Water: A Threatened Social Resource of the Century”, organized by Department of Geography, Women’s Christian College, Kolkata, on 9th October, 2015.
  • Oral presentation on the topic of “Potential Interaction between Transport and Stream Networks: A Case Study of Kunur River Basin, West Bengal”, on the “International Seminar on Geomorphology and Natural Hazards, organized by Department of Geography, University of Calcutta,  in the 29th IGI Conference, from November 24 to 27, 2016.

List of Books/Thesis/Synopsys/etc. Published.

  1. Suvendu Roy and Abhay Sankar Sahu,  “Effect of Longitudinal Disconnection on In-stream Bar Dynamics: A study at selected road-stream crossings of Ajay River”, Chapter VI, In Das et al. (eds), “Neo-Thinking on Ganges-Brahmaputra Basin Geomorphology”, Springer International Publication, pp. 81 – 97 (2016). eBook ISBN: 978-3-319-26443-1.
  2. Ratanpriya and S. Roy, “Urbanization Affects River’s Life: A Geographical Study of Delhi”, In Bose and Mondal (eds), “Dimensions of Urbanization, Environmental Change and Sustainable Development in Developing Countries”, Damodar Group, Burdwan, pp. 430 – 441 (2015), ISBN: 978-81-925800-8-1.

Any Award:

  1. Junior Research Fellowship (UGC), December-2012.
  2. Senior Research Fellowship (UGC), November-2015.
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